He can solve his problems by entering a tournament, but he lives by the high-minded
moral code of fighting for honour, not money.
Summary: Dubai Customs has selected a number of customs staff to perform minor hajj (Omrah) during the holy month of Ramadan in a humanitarian high-minded
move that aiming to enhance their feeling of affiliation with the Organization.
ALL the high-minded
bleats against abortion must have flown to the wind this week when an 11-year-old girl, raped at the age of 10 by her uncle, flew to London for a termination unavailable in her native Romania.
The author notes that a frequent criticism of the standard is that while it sounds high-minded
and righteous, it really is too vague to be of much use in determining what is in the best interests of children.
And it's becoming clearer and clearer that this mass of platitudinous, high-minded
expression pouring forth from Obama as--it is beginning--it's going to sit on people who are going to ask, What's he saying?
So ignore your congressional representatives' high-minded
speechifying and, instead, watch them belly up to the taxpayer trough for platefuls of pork.
WELCOME "Hospitality is to be chosen even above spiritual practices that appear more noble and worthwhile, more high-minded
So, there's a high-minded
, incredibly sexy journalist (Jennifer Connelly) on hand to prod Archer to do the right thing, which Archer, understandably, confuses as an invitation for sex instead of consciousness-raising.
The debate topics are always engaging, ranging from the high-minded
("The Iraq War: Stay the Course or Bring them Home?
On top of that, judging how much carbon pollution to allow cannot be an exercise in high-minded
scientific judgment even if everyone can agree which scientists are right.
In his Allegoriae Homericae, he defends Homer from the charge of impiety by demonstrating that what the poet says about the gods is in fact meant allegorically, and therefore conforms to the high-minded
view of divinity entertained by the most sober thinkers, such as the Stoics, in Heraclitus' own time.
It seems almost to be a universal rule that more means worse: unthinking architecture and mindless site planning on a truly gigantic scale, the mutating spawn of high-minded
Modernism disfiguring cities and landscapes across the world.